Training course “They lived happily ever after-fairy tales and storytelling as tools to activate young parents and develop their key competences” -Poveste din Polonia

In Polonia, Kórnik-Bnin , s-a desfasurat proiectul “They lived happily ever after-fairy tales and storytelling as tools to activate young parents and develop their key competences”. Cristina Anghel, Teodora Stoian si Alina Tanicui au construit o echipa minunata impreuna cu ceilalti participanti sub baghetele magice ale Olgai Stobiecka din Polonia si a lui Brais din Galicia. Neobisnuit a fost ca atat Cristina si Teodora u fost invitate s participe impreuna cu fetitele lor de 5 si 7 ani.  In timp ce adultii descopereau lumea povestilor, cei mici s-au jucat, au lucrat, au construit taramul magic, si palatul magic in care cei mari au descarcat sacul cu povesti. Pentru mai multe detalii privind acest proiect va rugam sa descarcati documentul de mai jos.

Poveste din Polonia …

In Kórnik-Bnin ,Poland, the  “They lived happily ever after-fairy tales and storytelling as tools to activate young parents and develop their key competences” has been held.  Cristina Anghel, Teodora Stoian and Alina Tanicui have built a wonderful team with the other participants under the magic wands of   Olga Stobiecka of Poland and of Brais of Galicia. Unusual, Cristina and Teodora were invited to participate with their little girls of 5 and 7 years old. While the adults were discovering the land of stories, the little ones played, worked, and built together the magical land and the magical palace in which the grown ups opened their sack of stories. For further details regarding the project please read the document below.

Polish Story…

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